Dancing critical somatics – an emancipatory education for the future?

Kampe, T and Batson, G (2020) 'Dancing critical somatics – an emancipatory education for the future?' In: David, A.R, Huxley, M and Whatley, S, eds. Dancefields: staking a claim for dance studies in the twenty-first century. Dance Books, Binsted, pp. 154-184. ISBN 9781852731816

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Abstract

This co-authored chapter mainly advances the role of somatics within dance education as an emancipatory and world-constituting education. It aligns itself with ecologist Edgar Morin’s call for an ‘Education for the Future’ (Morin 1999) asking for an educational ‘Anthropo-Ethics’ towards the development of a critical planetary conscience and citizenship (1999: 57). It suggests that the construction of somatics as critical studies within dance studies can aid the facilitating of Morin’s call for the study of the human bio-psycho-social complexity and uncertainty, acting as educational agent ‘to humanize humanity’(1999: 10).

Item Type: Book Chapter or Section
Note:

The authorship of this chapter in the book itself is described as "Thomas Kampe in dialogue with Glenna Batson".

Keywords: dance education, dance training, somatic practices, critical pedagogies, embodied education, education for the future
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
L Education > LB Theory and practice of education
N Fine Arts > NX Arts in general
Divisions: Bath School of Music & Performing Arts
Date Deposited: 07 May 2020 17:50
Last Modified: 28 Jul 2020 13:57
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